While no one was injured in the fire, the incident concerned Patti Gouvas, who grew up in the area and still lives there. She said she is worried about the neighborhood going up in flames.
“I’m extremely frustrated,” she told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
On April 13, 2017 — two weeks after the I-85 fire and bridge collapse — there was a blaze under the same train trestle near Cheshire Bridge Road and Buford Highway.
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CSX bridge inspectors and engineering experts found no structural damage. Authorities have not said how that fire and Friday’s blaze started.
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Parents took matters into their own hands against speeders in their neighborhood.